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Eyemouth's RNLI lifeboat team had to contend with stomach-churning waves during a training exercise this weekend.
The video was posted on the RNLI Twitter page.
Borderers are being urged to use licensed contractors to remove asbestos after the material was dumped at Eyemouth Recycling Centre.Read the full story ›
The Eyemouth fishing disaster of 1881 will be commemorated with the unveiling of a new statue today.
A total of 189 men lost their lives when a storm hit the seaside town.
A five-metre long bronze sculpture called Widows and Bairns will be installed.
Crews were launched to rescue a dive boat, which broke down leaving the crew stranded with four divers still in the water.Read the full story ›
Both of Eyemouth's lifeboats were called out this weekend to help three divers who were found clinging to a buoy.
Shortly after 5:35pm on Sunday Aberdeen Coastguard launched the boats to rescue the divers, who were trying to swim to shore but were struggling against the strong tide.
The inshore lifeboat was first on scene and quickly located the three divers who were clinging to a marker buoy, just to the south of Eyemouth.
They were taken onboard the boat before being transferred to Eyemouth lifeboat, where they were checked over and taken back to the town.
Corporal David Williams, from Eyemouth, was one of 179 British soldiers who died during the Iraq war.Read the full story ›
Chef Dave Hodson will be showing young people in Eyemouth how to make the most of their local produce.Read the full story ›
A 65-year-old woman fell and broke her leg after slipping down cliffs near St Abbs on Wednesday afternoon.
Due to the difficult location of the casualty, just south of Horsecastle Bay, both Eyemouth RNLI lifeboats were called out.
They joined police and paramedics who were already on the scene, before assisting the woman back to shore.
She was then transferred to an ambulance and taken to hospital.
A food factory in Eyemouth has welcomes a £480k cash injection from the Scottish Government meaning the company can expand and buy new equipment.
Cabinet Secretary for Food Richard Lochhead made the announcement at Eyemouth Freezers Ltd as part of a £3.7m wider investment in 12 Scottish food and drinks companies.
"This award is a tremendous boost for the business. It will enable us to provide a secure foundation for the company's future, for the development of vining pea crop in the Borders and for our employees' prospects."